By Danlette Grace Washington
Today for ULAA Women Crush Wednesday (WCW) we are highlighting two amazing Liberian Women: Madam Diana Konate and Mrs. Cecelia G. Clarke.
1. Diana Konate is the Policy Director at African Communities Together (ACT), a Non- Profit Organization that empowers the African immigrant diaspora in the U.S. through direct services, grassroots organizing, and policy advocacy.
Her works involve collaborating with immigrant communities, building and maintain strategic relationships with legislative staff to ensure protection and education for immigrants. Please click the link to know more about Madam Diana Konate and the works she does:
2.Mrs. Cecelia G. Clarke is a Liberian journalist and the Program Director for Liberia National Television (LNTV).
Moreover, she is the outgoing president of the Reporters Association of Liberia (RAL). She was elected as the first female president of RAL. Over the past three years, Mrs. Clarke has worked with journalists all across Liberia to ensure the wellbeing and development of media practitioners. Please click the link to know more about Madam Cecelia Clarke: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100085360034261&mibextid=LQQJ4d
We see your works, and we are grateful!
Please comment or tag the next person you would love to see on ULAA Women Crush Wednesday (WCW)
‘WCW’ stands for ‘women crush Wednesday’. Used mostly on social networking forums to pay a sort of tribute to the women you are impressed with. This is done by adding hashtags like #WCW under pictures or videos of your favorite women.